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Acid Reflux and How it Affects your Teeth

GERD, gastroesophageal reflux disease, is more commonly known as acid reflux disease. It happens to children, adolescents, and adults. In this condition, common in American patients, acid from the stomach leaks up past the valve that’s supposed to keep it inside the stomach and into the esophagus, throat, and mouth. It travels with a host…

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National Pet Dental Health Month

Every February, the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) sponsors National Pet Dental Health Month to raise awareness of the importance of proper dental care for our furry best friends. While our Cincinnati dental offices don’t treat these cuddly critters, we know a lot of our patients have pets, and we’d like to provide them tips on how to care for the…

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The Surprising Link to Heart Disease

Even though it may seem that our cardiovascular health can’t have anything to do with our oral health, research has shown a surprising connection between the two. During this American Heart Health Month, our dental offices in Cincinnati would like to do our part to help raise awareness of heart disease by sharing the link between oral health…

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6 Things That Increase Your Risk of Cavities

When we think of things that cause cavities, we typically imagine a diet packed full of sugary sweet treats. But our dental offices in Cincinnati want you to know that eating a lot of sugar isn’t the only thing that increases your risk of developing cavities. In fact, there are plenty of things out there that can…

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Is Drinking Wine Bad for Your Teeth?

There’s been a popular belief surrounding red wine and its benefits to heart health floating around for years. We even found an article suggesting that drinking a glass of red wine a day has the same type of benefits as spending an hour at the gym. But we’re not here to debunk or support any…

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Your Cincinnati Dentist Says, “Eat Chocolate!”

We’ve got some fantastic news for all of our patients and neighbors with an active sweet tooth! It may come as a surprise, but the teams at our Cincinnatidental offices are telling everyone to go ahead and eat chocolate — for your smile’s sake! But before you head out to buy a dozen of your candy bars,…

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